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     1. Weigh out correct quantities of the ingredients.
        Preheat the oven to 200 0C




2.Place the margar...
Knead some help?

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Baking Bread!

  1. 1. www.iankenworthy.com EasyandYummy: Bread WARNING!Making bread is 10 Mess not only ridiculously messy but 8 it can also be quite dangerous. You can have a go at this if you 6 have an adult nearby or you are 4 Mess one yourself but you have been 2 warned; If the kitchen ends up full of sticky dough and you get 0 burned then it’s nothing to do Ice Cream Making a CakeFinger Painting A Food Fight Making Bread with me. Thank you. Ahh lovely fresh bread. There really are very few things nicer than warm bread. This recipe is based extremely loosely on an ancient recipe a close friend brought back from her travels in Georgia. It makes a soft bread that is made all the spongier by the yoghurt. Adding yoghurt also makes it much easier to knead which is also a bonus (see the kneading panel lower down for more details!). I found that the bread tastes good dipped in soup or smeared with jam and even makes an unusual bacon sandwich! If you’re having a posh meal perhaps you could have it on a side plate to mop up the gravy like in a really fancy restaurant. Then , when your guests say ‘mmmm this bread is good’ you can adjust your monocle and say ‘ I made it don’t-cher-know’. Anyway I’ll leave you to experiment. The bread keeps for a couple of days but it is best fresh from the oven. It is a little heavy so you don’t need lots to make a good meal. I fed the left-overs to ducks on the local pond and they didn’t sink which I take as a good sign! What you need: Ingredients Equipment 1 Egg Spoons to stir with 350g plain flour Scales 250g plain yoghurt A bowl 25g margarine An oven proof dish 1/2 teaspoon salt A cooling rack 1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda Patience A good sense of humour (it really can get VERY messy) This worksheet is based upon The Whispering Sand by Ian Kenworthy. It has been made by Ian Kenworthy for use in education and for promoting the Whispering Sand only. Thank You
  2. 2. Making 1. Weigh out correct quantities of the ingredients. Preheat the oven to 200 0C 2.Place the margarine, flour and yoghurt into a bowl and stir with wooden spoon. 3. Add the eggs, bicarbonate of soda and pinch of salt then stir until you have a firmish dough. If it’s really sticky add a little more flour. 4. Once the dough is in a roughly ball shape pour a little flour onto the work surface This worksheet is based upon The Whispering Sand by Ian Kenworthy. It has been made by Ian Kenworthy for use in education and for promoting the Whispering Sand only. Thank You
  3. 3. Knead some help? I have experimented with many different methods 5. Knead dough for about 10 minutes. If you have no of kneading bread. Perhaps I should have asked a Idea how to do this check the box on the right. chef instead of trying to teach myself by looking at pictures of poor African families making bread in geography textbooks but I found the most effective, and least messy, way is to do it like this: 1: Start with your ball of dough, place it on a freshly floured surface (sprinkle flour on the work top) so that it does not stick. 7. The oven should be nicely preheated to 2200C . Roll the dough until it’s flat and round and then put it in an ovenproof dish. 2: Grip the top and bottom and pull to elongate the dough 8) Cook in the oven for between 30-40 minutes until the bread looks golden brown. 3: Roll the dough up as though you were rolling a telescope from a piece of paper Side view: 9. Leave cake to cool on a wire rack. 4: Rotate the dough (so that you are pulling it in a different direction). 10. Feed to a hungry little octopus or unsuspecting dinner guests! 5: Repeat the above steps for about 10 minutes (yes that sounds like a long time but wait until you’re doing it!) The longer you repeat the steps the better the bread will be! This worksheet is based upon The Whispering Sand by Ian Kenworthy. It has been made by Ian Kenworthy for use in education and for promoting the Whispering Sand only. Thank You

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